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June 9, 1956

Strabismus: Diagnosis and Treatment

JAMA. 1956;161(6):564. doi:10.1001/jama.1956.02970060078027

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Abstract

Dr. Cushman, after many years of study and practical application, has put into print in this small volume the teachings of Dr. Alexander Duane and his late illustrious assistant, Dr. James Watson White. As Dr. Vail so aptly states in his foreword, "the subject is far from being exhausted." However, Dr. Cushman's excellent review of all phases of the subject, her case history reports, and the fine illustrations of operative procedures make the volume one that goes far in the realization of the ideal presentation of the subject of strabismus. One criticism is that the use of abbreviations and signs might not be clear to the student. The book is highly recommended for all interested in oculomotor anomalies.

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